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...Wilkins - Freeman Introduction Literature is reflection of life. It inevitably bears the scar or mark of the time and society from which it hasevolved. And often literature bears the scar or is influenced by the writer’s life and his or her position or struggle in or against the society in which the individual writer has survived. Mary Wilkins Freeman is one of those prolific writers of early 19th century whose creations are acclaimed as timeless and universal. Her life and stories merges so brilliantly that it appeals readers of all ages and all times. A close introspection to the works of Freeman would launch her readers into a contention that reaches the writer far beyond the ordinary... ?Mary Wilkins ...
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The Revolt of Mother by Mary E. Wilkins
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...Wilkins Literary Analysis and Identifying Similarities and Differences The proposed methodology is to analyze and examine the differences and similarities between a story The Revolt of a Mother written by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman and a poem The Death of the Hired Man written by Robert Frost. The essay will try to highlight the theme as well as the significant qualities of both creations that distinguish them from each other. Initially, it will present the summaries of both these works followed by a discussion on the theme and the unique characters with their distinctive qualities. Gradually, the paper will highlight the objective of this analysis... The Revolt of Mother by Mary E. Wilkins Literary Ana...
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The Revolt of 'Mother by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman as a feminist text
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...Wilkins, 555) It becomes notable that Sarah addresses her husband not by his name but according to his position & status within their household. The reader discovers that Sarah calls Adoniram as “father.” Here it’s noticeable that the husband gets influenced by the wife’s presence & calls her “mother” in return. There is a second instance when Sarah proves that she is simply oblivious of the existence of the male chauvinistic ego. While discussing about the barn, she orders her husband to take a seat in following fashion:   ‘"Sit down... ?Revolt of a Mother The story, ‘Revolt of a Mother’ speaks volumes about the strength of a downtrodden battered up woman, Sarah Penn, who has lost all materialistic...
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Culture and Religion in 'The Revolt of Mother' By Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
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...Wilkins Freeman Introduction The Revolt of Mother is a fascinating tale about the life of a family living on a farm in New England. The story begins with a very stereotypical portrayal of the roles of females and males that was there in the nineteenth century. However, the story focuses on depicting the shift of power and a silent revolution against the norms of the society according to which men dominate while the women submit. The story presents the readers with a new interpretation of the culture and the trends that were practiced in the nineteenth century. 2. Culture and Region Freeman makes use of many stylistic... English Literature 19 April Culture and Region in “The Revolt of Mother” by Mary E....
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Culture and region in the revolt of Mother by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
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...Wilkins Freeman Introduction The Revolt of Mother is a fascinating tale about the life of a family living on a farm in New England. The story begins with a very stereotypical portrayal of the roles of females and males that was there in the nineteenth century. However, the story focuses on depicting the shift of power and a silent revolution against the norms of the society according to which men dominate while the women submit. The story presents the readers with a new interpretation of the culture and the trends that were practiced in the nineteenth century. 2. Culture and Region Freeman makes use of many... that, “when Adoniram was expected home, there was a knot of men in the road near...
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Connect Mary Wilkins Freemans The Revolt of Mother with Charlotte Perkins Gilmans The Yellow Wallpaper
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...Wilkins. “The Revolt of Mother,” Gilman, Charlotte Perkins. “The Yellow Wallpaper.”... and Number Power, Gender and the Battle of the Sexes In the stories examined, two women fight the Battle of the Sexes to achieve power. One, Sarah Penn in “The Revolt of the Mother,” in stoic New England manner chooses direct confrontation. “Im goin to talk plain” (Freeman 6) she tells her adversary, her [husband], who in nineteenth century manner rules the household. The other, the “narrator ” in “The Yellow Wallpaper,” lapses into a self-destructive pattern of intense analysis of the wallpaper in the room in which she is virtually imprisoned by her controlling husband. These two battles, fought in different...
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Personal Statement Question: Pulitzer prize winning journalist Roger Wilkins once stated, We have no hope of solving our problems without harnessing the diversity, the energy, and the creativity of all our people
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...Your full full January 21, Harnessing Qualities Diversity, energy, and creativity are those qualities that I would use to solve all of my problems. Diversity means variety and multiplicity. This concept revolves around the understanding that every person is unique and possesses different set of characteristics. I would use my characteristics, such as, confidence, intelligence, decision-making skills, social responsiveness, competitiveness, and motivation to achieve my goals and objectives. Along with diversity, creativity is also one of such qualities of a person that play a key role in dealing with different kinds of problems in an appropriate manner. I would use new ideas and approaches... full full...
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Details, Dilemma and Decision
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...Wilkins was offered by Dr. Blake to take part in a Phase I trial of a new drug. Dr. Blake informed Mrs. Wilkins that she will not be benefiting from the use of the drug meaning it will not cure her ailment or even make her feel better. The trial is just to test how the drug will react to people. With that information given to Mrs. Wilkins, the fact that she does have a terminal ailment makes her think twice of what to do. Dilemma With the facts brought to her straightly by Dr. Blake, will Mrs. Wilkins agree to be a part of the trial phase? If she does not agree, what will the effect be to the study of that drug? If she does agree to be part of the trial... Details, Dilemma and Decision Details Mrs....
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Managing Diversity at Cityside Financial Services
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...Wilkins’ side Financial Services is faced with issues concerning race dynamics, cultural bias, division of duties andeven human resource labeling. All of these are integral components of the existing multicultural diversity existing in an organization. At first, Wilkins did not have any associated problem with this. In fact, he recognized diversity as essential part helping its bank to achieve excellent customer service record. For this reason, Wilkins cannot just simply eliminate multiple cultures in his organization, but needs to create substantial ways in order to make enhancement or refinement to ensure efficiency and productivity. For this reason, it would be most... ?Issues and Assumptions Ron...
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Herniated nucleus pulposus with laminectomy procedure
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...Wilkins, 2010). The nucleus pulposus is the gelatinous, soft central region of the disk. Physical stress may result in a tear or weakening of the anulus fibrosus because... Running head: HERNIATED NUCLEUS PULPOSUS Herniated Nucleus Pulposus & its Treatment with Laminectomy Insert Here Insert Affiliation Here Abstract Herniated nucleosus pulposus (HNP) results when a part or the entire portion of the nucleus pulposus of an intervertebral disk is forced out through a weakened portion of the disk. It occurs in three steps – protrusion, extrusion and sequestration. The extruded nucleus pulposus impinges on the spinal nerve roots, causing back pain and other symptoms. HNP is diagnosed using a number of techniq...
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Social Media Ethics
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...Wilkins and Patterson 2010, 45-51). In the current information age we live in, people have found social media networks to be an indispensable tool for connecting and communicating with each other. It is morally permissible for a person to disseminate information... ?Social Media Ethics Social media ethics Social networking on the internet started with the wish and will for the people to share information with the family, relatives, and friends. This form of communication flourished rapidly and started competing in text messages and email. Many people especially businesses adopted this technology and established different internets sites such as MySpace, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook designed to enable ...
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Chapter Four Reading Response
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...Wilkins, Schultz and Linduff 94). Question 3: I responded negatively to the Arch of Titus, Rome. This was marble over concrete core commissioned by Titus (Wilkins, Schultz and Linduff 95). Additionally, I responded negatively to Flora from the Villa of Arianna at Castellammare di Stabia. This is given that, they both symbolize inconsequential meanings, for example, the Flora signified silk garments that men should not define themselves with and the Arch of Titus represented the suppression of the Jewish movement and flattering control over Jerusalem. Question 4: I would like to learn more about the Buddhist Monument specifically the Great Stupa at Sanchi. This is considering... Chapter four reading...
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Write an Initial Post with a description of two patients
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...Wilkins. (2003). The internal organs and reproductive system. Baltimore, MD: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.... of two patients with different body system infections First Patient Both the urinary system and the reproductive organs form a tract defined as the genitourinary tract. In this context, the genitourinary tract of this patient has had problems that have distressed him since birth. According to Acland (2003), microbes are responsible for this infection. Once the tract is affected, then the victim will have to plague in search of its cure. Therefore, affected tract causes ablation, and the systems fail in their function. Anuria then starts developing in the kidneys. These are the common problems...
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The impact of point of view in a story
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...Wilkins is a short story of a lower middle class family. Sarah is the wife of a farmer named Adoniram with two kids, Sammy and Nanny. Adoniram owns an old barn and intends to convert the remaining land into a new barn. He had formerly promised Sarah that he would use that land for the construction of a new house. However, when the time comes, he breaks his promise. He goes out of the town to fetch a horse from Hiram for the new barn. Meanwhile, Sarah shifts into the new barn and turns that into a home. As Adomiram returns, he finds himself helpless and submits his will in the hands of his family. Women should not just... ? 29 January, The Revolt of “Mother Introduction: The Revolt of “Mother” by Mary E....
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Critical Appraisal Assignment
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...Wilkins, 2007, p36; and Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2006, p48). The process starts from when a patient enters a health care facility to seek medical attention for his condition up to the point he leaves the facility. In addition, it involves a nurse recording the full account of the nurse’s assessment and care, which is planned and provided for the patient, relevant information about the condition of the patient at any point (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2009, p62... ?Critical Appraisal Assignment Introduction Documentation in the profession of nursing can be defined as theprocess of keeping timely, accurate and relevant medical records of patients that a nurse has handled (Lippincott Williams &...
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The student to competently insert an indwelling urinary Catheter
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...Wilkins (2008) highlight that mentors can frequently leave it too late to pinpoint failing students as they find it strenuous to give negative feedback. To prevent this, I urged the student to reflect and assess how they found the experience. Reassurance for students to self-evaluate and not rely on teacher’s feedback has significant importance. Though mentoring session may be unfruitful if not properly planned due to various reasons. High level of noise and interruption can tremendously affect the teaching session. Interruptions have a negative impact... INSERTING AN INDWELLING URINARY CATHETER By Location of the Inserting an Indwelling Urinary Catheter Indwelling urinary catheterisation is one of the mo...
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Norwalk virus
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...Wilkins Porth, C., & Matfin, G. (2005). Pathophysiology: Concepts of altered health states(Vol. 781749883). Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.... virus Norwalk virus The members of the ship presented with symptoms of vomiting, stomach cramping, nausea andwatery diarrhea which are all part of the symptomatic complex of Norwalk virus. As a cruise ship, the food is vulnerable to contamination due to the long hours that are spent at sea. At sea the majority of products that are utilized are vegetables which are the most susceptible to contamination from norovirus. In addition, the patients present with symptoms of gastroenteritis which are also signs of infection by the norovirus. The period which the symptoms...
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Certified fitness trainer (Question3)
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...Wilkins, 2007. Fiebach, Nicholas, et al. Principles of ambulatory medicince. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2007. Thomas, David and Jerome Edward Kotecki. Physical activity & health: An interactive approach. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett Publishers, Inc., 2006.... Exercise Equipment According to Resistance There are generally four types of exercise equipment. These are constant resistance devices, variable resistance devices, accommodating resistance devices and static resistance devices. The weight or resistance for constant resistance devices do not change (Chandler and Brown). Examples of these devices are the barbell, dumbbell, ankle weights, wrist weights, medicine balls and cabled...
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John Constable and the Romantic Landscape Painters
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...Wilkins, Schultz & Linduff 145). Turner constantly wanted to communicate moods of light as well as colors by softening the structures of natural things, while Constable demonstrated things as they were in reality with his imprecise manner of painting. Some landscape paintings by Turner nearly challenge Constable in their novelty, particularly when the older paintings of Constable are measured up to to Turner’s Venice landscape paintings. In Turner's paintings, one... An analytical view of Constable's landscape paintings in comparison to Turner and Friedrich John Constable was an unsurpassed artist of tranquil countryside England, who focused particularly on his resident countryside of Suffolk. The...
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Global Water Crisis
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...Wilkins (2009), ground water aquifers supply 95 percent of water used for agriculture in developed countries, while rivers, rain and lakes supply the remaining 5 percent. Wilkins (2009) further goes ahead to point out that most of this water is wasted through leaky irrigation systems, cultivation of crops with high water absorption rates, and inefficient water application methods. The wasteful use of water has led to drying out of rivers, aquifers and other water sources. Thirdly, the global water crisis has been linked... The Global Water Crisis The global water crisis, denoted in the context of inaccessibility to safe drinking water, water pollution, and depletion, has indeed been an issue of conc...
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Nursing Theory
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...Wilkins. Peterson, S. J., & Bredow, T. S. (2009). Middle range theories: Application to nursing research. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.... Theory critique and development due: Theory critique and development are imperative because they form a strong basis for the advancement of the nursing profession. This is evident from the book written by Meleis (2011), in which the author states ‘theory development and evaluation are continuous, dynamic and cyclical procedures’ and they work hand in hand. Theory evaluation process consists of concept analysis, theory critique, description, theory support and theory testing. Theory evaluation is the core of theory development (p....
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Nursing Documentation
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...Wilkins, 2007). Promotion of good nursing care Documentation is used as a source of fund and it gives management a good picture on how to pay their nurses hence carrying out nursing resources on how nurses produced their job such as if the quality of work given is low or high. Nurses also make decision on work based with outcome information... ? Nursing Documentation 11th December Nursing Documentation Introduction Documentation is any written or electrical informationthat describe the client welfare and care given to him by nurses. Client refers to persons, families, groups, populations or entire communities who require nursing help. Nurses are supposed to keep record in a correct manner in order to...
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Discuss Two Ethical Arguments for Maintaining Patient Confidentiality
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...Wilkins, 2008). In conclusion, patient confidentiality links directly to personal privacy and enhanced patient welfare. Information that is no longer under the control of the patient is harmful to that patient in one way or another. Causing any form of harm to the patient negates the prospects of a functional, effective, and efficient healthcare system (Bernat, 2008). Once patients share information with healthcare practitioners... , the information should be managed in a way that does not result in any harm to the patient. Patient information that falls in the wrong hands could cause a patient stress, low self-esteem, or any other form of harm. Given that nurses should always work towards...
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Assessment
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...Wilkins, 2008). The other technique that I employed... Assessment Assessment After conducting a physical assessment on various parts of one of my male patient’s body, I managed to figure out a number of normal and abnormal findings. Some of the normal findings I found on the patient’s head include presence of all the fourteen facial bones. These particular bones are the ones that join the sutures. The patient had a general size of the head. Another significant normal finding I managed to figure out is that there were no deformities on the head. I also managed to figure out various abnormal findings that include lesions of the skin. There were scaliness and various lumps on the scalp of the patient...
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Religion -Ethical and Social Issues
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...Wilkins’ consent to participate in phase trial be regarded as informed? No. The doctor has influenced her decision. First, the doctor has taken a short time to explain to her about the drug. Also according to Kant’s values the principle of universalizability demands that an action should only be taken only will end without a contradiction appearing. While when forming the humanity principle, he said that human beings should not be treated as a means to an end but always as the ends themselves. In this case, the doctor wants to use Mrs. Wilkins to test Novamed, in order to determine, its toxic level. It, therefore, means that the decision... Decision Scenario 2 Decision Scenario 2 Q1) Should Mrs....
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The problems Rosalind Franklin faced in the 1950's as a university-based woman scientist in Great Britain
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...Wilkin won a Nobel Prize for the important discovery. Few acknowledgements were made to Franklin for this discovery yet her contribution was more than significant. The discovery of the DNA was a race between two pairs... College level The Race for the Double Helix Introduction The discovery of DNA is without doubt the most significant discovery made by scientists in the field of Biology. The biggest puzzle for scientists up to the early fifties was the mystery that was DNA. Scientists wanted to find out its structure, as well as its genetic code component and use. Today we know that DNA has a linear double helix structure, a discovery made in 1953 in England. Three scientists Watson, Crick, and Wilkin...
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Love Mini-Clini
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...Wilkins, Stoller, & Kacmarek, 2009). These drugs include epinephrine and anesthesia. When Beta-agonists are administered alongside methylxanthines, it may lead to lesions of myocardial necrosis and an amplified case... ASSESSING ß-AGONISTS SIDE EFFECT Asthma is a respiratory disease consisting of three key complications. These pathophysiological abnormalities are bronchoconstriction, mucous impaction, and airway inflammation. Beta-agonists include substances such as albuterol and salbutamol and upon inhalation provide rapid, dose-dependent bronchodilation with minimal side effects (Platts-Mills, 1999). However, it is vital to note that the use of beta-blockers have adverse effects such as nausea, diarrhe...
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Media Ethics
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...Wilkins, 9). For Kant, principles of reason or a system of clear-cut needs is where morality is rooted... Sur Media Ethics Getting nothing in excess in pursuit of a virtuous and good life is the golden mean of the Great Age of Greece (Christians, Ferre, and Fackler, 10). Among others, Aristotle's virtues are justice, shame, truthfulness, friendliness, good temper, and courage (Solomon, 83). People use reason as a main tool to choose a course of action in a scale of options for a single virtue. It is through this that people decide their satisfaction and pleasure. The individual is the center of this ethics model. Kant's stand on ethics is that reason directs the actions of a person (Patterson and Wilkins...
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Teen Suicide. Tesis statement: More education, funds and time should be spent to prevent teen suicide, because a price cannot be put on a human life
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...Wilkins, p. 86). Though Simon and Hales identifies significant investments in education through “psychiatric treatment” and money in “media reporting,” the minimal attained level of success in controlling suicide implies that more of these efforts are necessary (p., 594). Though significant resources have been invested in attempting to control teen suicide, an indication that no price can be put on life, the limited level of success means that more effort in education, funds, and time should be invested in controlling the teen killer. Works cited Huddle, Lorena, and Schleifer, Jay. Teen Suicide. New York, NY: The Rosen Publishing Group, 2011. Print. Lippincott and Wilkins. Illustrated... Teen suicide ...
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Nursing and psychology detailed proposal
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...Wilkins. Goodman, B. (2012). Psychology and Sociology in Nursing. London: SAGE Publications . Jan, W. (2012). Psychology For Nurses And The Caring Professions. Berkshire: Open University Press. Niven, N. (2006). The Psychology of Nursing Care. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Mason, T. (2003). Thinking Nursing. Berkshire: Open University... Use of psychological interventions by nurses in improving quality health care Patients suffering from chronic diseases like Cardiac diseases, gastrointestinal diseases, Malignancies, etc. suffer from various psychological issues like stress, anxiety and depression. These problems greatly interfere with their swift recovery and health outcomes. This research has selected...
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Nursing Care Plans in the Textile Industry
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...Wilkins, 2013, pg.57). References Gulanick, M. (2011).Nursing diagnosis care plans. Nursing care plans: Diagnoses, interventions, and outcomes (7th ed.). St. Louis, Mo.: Elsevier Mosby. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. (2013). Care planning using the nursing procces. Nursing care planning made incredibly easy!. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Maurer, F.A, & Smith C.M.Community/Public Health Nursing Practice: Health for Families and Populations St. Louis, Missouri: Saunders Elsevier, 5th Edition, (2009)...  NURSING CARE PLANS IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY In the textile industry the major health hazards are the very tiny textile particles that get suspended in the air. When t...
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...Wilkins. Degn, K.B. et al. (2004). Effect of intravenous infusion of exenatide (synthetic exendin-4) on glucose-dependent insulin secretion... . (2008). Metabolic, Immune, and Hematopoetic Dysfunction. Nursing Diagnosis: Application to Clinical Practice (12th ed.) (p. 854-865). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Ralph, S.S. & Taylor, C.M. (2005). Adult Health. Nursing Diagnosis Reference Manual (6th ed.) (p. 24-369). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Roach, S.S. (2001). Managing Common Physiologic Disorders. Introductory Gerontological Nursing (p. 150-172). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Roach, S.S. (2001)....
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Nursing
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...Wilkins. Lewis, S.L., Heitkemper, M.M., Dirksen, S.R., OBrien, P.G. & Bucher, L. (2007). Medical-Surgical Nursing: Assessment and Management of Clinical Problems (7th ed). St. Louis: Mosby. Smeltzer, S.C. & Bare, B.G. (2006). Brunner and Suddarths textbook of medical-surgical nursing (10th ed). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.... Case Study Type II diabetes mellitus is not usually managed with insulin because the pancreas still has the capa to produce enough amounts of thesubstance to prevent the breakdown of fat and accompanying production of ketone bodies (Smeltzer & Bare, 2006). The major problem with this type of diabetes occurs when the patient consumes too much carbohydrate that...
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Reflections
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...Wilkins. Florida Board of Pharmacy - Licensing, Renewal, Resources, Meetings and Information. (August 16, 2013). Florida Board of Pharmacy Home Comments. Retrieved August 23, 2014, from http://floridaspharmacy.gov/ Golan, D. E., & Tashjian, A. H. (2012). Principles of pharmacology: The pathophysiologic basis of drug therapy. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.... due: This pharmacology has made me gain a clear focus on the role drugs plays in the field of therapeutics. I have come to see that medication can be both beneficial and fatal to living beings. The factor that determines this situation is dosage rather than quantity (Bardal et al., 2011). This class has made me...
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Media ethicss
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...Wilkins, 12). This ethics model acknowledges the unique roles people play in their every day lives, and the similarly differing values people believe in based on these diverse roles in the society (Bertrand, 29). Commutarianism Commutarianism, on the other hand, places social equality as its guiding principle (Patterson and Wilkins, 14). As every individual is a part... Sur Media Ethics Ethics Models Aristotle Aristotle regards ethics as a field different from academic sciences. ForAristotle, the methodology of ethics should acknowledge the fact that oversimplification of the field is true only in some areas. The main concern in studying ethics is the character of an individual's welfare since its goal...
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Clinical quality and patient safety
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...Wilkins. Mayhall, C. G. (2012). Hospital epidemiology and infection control. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Saloojee, H. & Steenhoff, A. (2001). The health professionals role in preventing nosocomial infections. New York: Wiley.... Hospital-acquired infections Hospital-acquired infections Hospital-acquired infections also termed as nosocomial infection can bedefined as an infection whose development is triggered by the hospital’s environment (Saloojee & Steenhoff, 2001). This implies that a patient might acquire it during a hospital visit, or a condition might develop among the medical practitioners and other staff working in a given healthcare facility (Elliott, 2009). ...
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What are three differences between medical diagnoses and nursing diagnoses
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...Wilkins. Springhouse. (2008). Nursing care planning made incredibly easy! Ambler, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.... ?Between Medical and Nursing Diagnoses Introduction Nursing in its beginning was seen merely as supportive practice to medicine. However, as time passed, nursing developed into a separate and autonomous field, establishing its own paradigms and practices. It has created distinctions from the medical field, such as the emergence of nursing diagnosis as different from medical diagnosis. Although the medical model is dominant in health care, nursing continues to face challenges imposed by society. Medical and Nursing Diagnoses A medical diagnosis is formulated by physicians to identify a...
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Practicum Experience Journal
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...Wilkins., & Ovid Technologies, Inc. (2003). Nursing procedures & protocols. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Bottom of Form Top of Form Resnick, B., & Mitty, E. L. (2009). Assisted living nursing: A manual for management and practice. New York: Springer Pub. Co. Bottom of Form... PRACTICUM EXPERIENCE JOURNAL Documentation can be defined as the keeping and handling of records. Nursing documentation can be broadly defined as the process of handling patients’ records. This is a process that consumes approximately 15–25% of the nurse’s work day (Resnick & Mitty, 2009). It involves five main stages that are assessment, diagnostic reasoning, planning, implementation and evaluation. During my pra...
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Comprehensive Physical Exam
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...Wilkins. Cush, J. J., Weinblatt, M. E., & Kavanaugh, A. (2010). Rheumatoid arthritis: Early diagnosis and treatment. West Islip, NY: Professional Communications. Douglas, C., Rebeiro, G., Crisp, J., & Taylor, C. (2012). Potter & Perrys Fundamentals of Nursing - Australian Version. London: Elsevier Health Sciences APAC. St, C. E. W., Pisetsky, D. S., & Haynes, B. F. (2004). Rheumatoid arthritis. Hagerstown: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.... Physical Exam Due: Review of the systems (ROS) is a technique of gathering information in regard to human body parts. The human body parts are examined according to the patient’s illness and the importance of starting care. During this procedure the information...
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Viewpoints on Theory
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...Wilkins. McEwen, M., & Wills, E. (2014). Theoretical basis for nursing (4th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Parker, M. E., & Smith, M. C. (2010). Nursing theories and nursing practice (3rd ed.). Philadelphia, PA:  F. A. Davis... on Theory: Link between Middle range theories and Evidence-Based Practice Nurse scientists have made efforts in the development of nursing theory as a section of the process of instituting nursing as a profession with an exceptional body of knowledge (Meleis, 2007). According to Blais et al. (2006), nursing theories offer nurses a language of nursing, a means of communicating the nature of the discipline both internally and externally....
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What relationships do you find between gran nursing theories and application to clinical practice.provide one example that uses a specific gran range theory to support your views
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...Wilkins. Meleis, A. I. (2007). Theoretical nursing: Development and progress (4th ed.). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Parker, M. E., & Smith, M. C. (2010). Nursing theories and nursing practice (3rd ed.). Philadelphia, PA: F. A. Davis Company.... between grand nursing theories and application to clinical practice Every profession has theories that offer conceptual basics and contexts for their profession. Meleis (2007) denotes that grand nursing theories form the basis for nursing practice. According to McEwen and Wills (2014), grand theories consist of conceptions that represent global and immensely multifaceted phenomena. Grand theories integrates other theories that replicate and...
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Cardiovascular Physiology
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...Wilkins, 2010. Print. Marini, John J, and Arthur P. Wheeler. Critical Care Medicine: The Essentials. Philadelphia: Wollters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2010. Internet resource... Cardiovascular Physiology Increased Cardiac Contractility: Introduction of ionotropic agents such as digitalis increase contractility of the heart and, therefore, cause increase in the cardiac output. Due to this effect, the intersection point between cardiac output and venous return curve in ‘figure 5’ shift higher up. (Costanzo, 2010). Keeping this new change in mind, it can be presented on the graphical solver as shown below. Fig: 7. Effect of different variables on graphical solution Increase Heart Rate: Increasin...
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Lesson 1.3 Critical Thinking
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...Wilkins. Porth, C., & Porth, C. (2011). Essentials of pathophysiology: Concepts of altered health states. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Jones & Bartlett Publishers. (2008). 2009 Nurses Drug Handbook. Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers. McCance, K. L., & Huether, S. E. (2010). Pathophysiology: The biologic basis for disease in adults and children. Maryland Heights, Mo: Mosby Elsevier. White, L., Duncan, G., & Baumle, W. (2011). Foundations of Adult Health Nursing. Clifton Park, N.Y: Delmar/ Cengage Learning.... Thinking Critical Thinking The types of cancers that occur in adults are in most cases different from those that occur in children. Childhood cancers are...
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Hospility
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...Wilkins, 2009). Case study (city of portsmouth) Some of the key factors that influence development of the hospitality industry in Portsmouth, a key naval port and the 2nd largest city in Hampshire include the vibrancy of tourism promotion by the government to attract tourists and potential customers to the area. The peace and stability of the region is important as incidences of violence, war, murder and terrorism... Principles of the Global Business Standards x al Affiliation) Introduction Hospitality in general can be defined as a friendly and generous reception and entertainment of guests or visitors (Tatlock, 2010). Factors for Design of Food and Beverage In Hospitality Industry The design of food and...
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Concept Analysis
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...Wilkins. Meleis, A. I. (2007). Our discipline and its... Concept Analysis According to Fawcett (2005), concepts are phrases of words that summarize observations, ideas and experiences. They are tools that offer mental pictures that can enable understanding and antecedents communication of a phenomenon. The process of concept analysis involves the development of previously defined concepts (Meleis, 2007). In nursing theory development, Townsend and Scanlany (2001) acknowledge that the identification of antecedents and consequences is the most important step of concept analysis. The identification of consequences and antecedents is significant because they offer additional clarity on the concept of interes...
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...Wilkins. Peterson, S. J., & Bredow, T. S. (2009). Middle range theories: Application to nursing research. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.... 700 Discussion 700 Hildegard Peplau developed the Interpersonal Relations nursing theory in 1952 (Peterson & Bredow, 2009). She was inspired by the realization of the importance of partnership between nurses and clients to the success of treatment. Peplau’s theory can guide the clinical problem of using JNC guideline in treating hypertension because of the quality of care needed in this activity. The appropriateness of this theory to this clinical problem can be captured better through a careful consideration of its concepts and...
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Application of Nursing Theory to administrative practice arena
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...Wilkins Meleis, A. I. (2007). Theoretical nursing: Development and progress (4th ed.). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.... Application of Nursing Theory to Administrative Practice Arena The healthcare environment has relentlessly advanced to a more complex profession. This development has been facilitated by the nursing theories developed by nursing theorists. Some of these theories have been used by nurse leaders to assist improving patient care delivery and patient satisfaction scores. One such theory that has assisted in improving the quality of patient care is Orem’s self-care theory (Meleis, 2007). This theory interconnects conceptions in a manner that creates a distinct way of viewing a ...
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Press Release onClinical Q: Is educating first time laboring women on non-pharmacological pain relieving methods more beneficial than analgesic use in preventing labor dystocia
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...Wilkins. Klossner, N. J. (2006). Introductory Maternity Nursing. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Sundin, J., & Murdoch, S. (2007). Juju Sundins Birth Skills: Proven Pain-Management Techniques for Your Labor and Birth. Crow’s Nest, N.S.W: Arena. Bicek, E. (2004). Nurses Attitudes, Knowledge, and Use of Nonpharmacological Pain Management Techniques and Therapies. Honours Projects. Paper 12... Release Press Release There are numerous pain relief measures available for women in labor. In most cases, first time laboring mothers aged between 19 and 44 years develop anxiety owing to confidence deficiency and distress (Klossner 2006). Consequently, the management of labor pain has become a major...
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Press Release onClinical Q: Is educating first time laboring women on non-pharmacological pain relieving methods more beneficial than analgesic use in preventing labor dystocia
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...Wilkins. Klossner, N. J. (2006). Introductory maternity nursing. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Sundin, J., & Murdoch, S. (2007). Juju Sundins birth skills: Proven pain-management techniques for your labour and birth. Crows Nest, N.S.W: Arena.... Press Release Press Release First time laboring mothers aged between 19 and 44 years usually develop fear about their delivery. Some of them even suggest the use of analgesic in their early months of pregnancy. Education on pain relieving methods during antenatal clinics is critical in ensuring that the most suitable way of relieving pain is chosen. Non-pharmacologic method of pain reduction is meant to prevent suffering. A woman in labor may exper...
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Report on oncology nursing career
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...Wilkins, 2011). Indeed, latest empirical findings have shown that the salary increment over the last five years between 2006 and 2011 surpassed the inflation change in the same period. The salaries increased by a rate of 22% between 2006 and 2007 while inflation increased by 11% in the same period (Williams & Wilkins, 2011). This depicts that the salary of oncology nurses... ? Oncology Nursing Oncology Nursing Introduction Traditionally, nurses had little role in the running of the patient care since there was no specialization embracement in the healthcare practice for nurses. Indeed, the role of nurses in taking care of the cancer patient was highly limited since it mainly involved surgery. However,...
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